In April, 1998 I traveled to Uruguay to visit my mother. I spent two weeks in Paysandu, capital of the Department of Paysandu, city where I was born and where I lived until I was nineteen years old. To everyone I met, I talked about Homa Therapy.
In January, 1997, Roger Subotnik and I traveled to Panama to introduce Homa Therapy as a means to combat the plant disease Black Sigatoka. This leaf fungus attacks banana and plantain crops, and has killed thousands of acres of plantain trees in Venezuela and Colombia. Stronger and stronger fungicides have been used to fight the disease, and some success has been achieved for a while. But eventually a point is reached when the only chemicals capable of killing the fungus are also deadly to man. Hundreds of farmers in South America have abandoned their farms due to the devastation caused by this disease.